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Apple rocks iPod universe with refinements

iPod classic, nano and touch models, evolve

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Sep 9, 2008 3:54 pm

The beautiful city of San Francisco, CA is hosting Apple's 'Let's Rock' event and as expected, a number of iPods have managed to get a mention in the roll call.

 

Apple rocks iPod universe with refinements

 

With Apple not forgetting its roots, Engadget first reports on the iPod classic, which at $249, gets a storage capacity upgrade to 120 GB and now bears the sole responsibility for the iPod classic name, on its shoulders.

 

Apple rocks iPod universe with refinements

 

How about the 4th generation iPod nano? $149 and $199 for the 8 GB and 16 GB flavours, respectively, with nine colour choices on the palate.

 

Add a wider display and what is apparently, the thinnest iPod ever, and you could overlook the claimed 24 hour battery life for music playback, together with a host of other enhancements.

 

Apple rocks iPod universe with refinements

 

Now into futuristic mode, the iPod touch features a slimmed down steel case, hardware volume controls and a built-in speaker too. It boasts a claimed 36 hour battery life for music playback and comes in at $399 for the 32 GB, $299 for the 16 GB and $229 for the 8 GB options.

 

Despite featuring the same display as its predecessor, the UI has got some love and attention and the Environment hasn't been ignored either.

 

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